Boutique Brisbane-based financial services firm MGD has welcomed experienced wealth management specialist Graeme Del Favero to its expanding team.
MGD CEO John Barton said the appointment of Graeme marks an important and exciting step in the firm’s continued commitment to offering first-rate, holistic financial solutions for clients.
“Graeme has a solid and credible reputation and brings with him an unrivalled level of professional expertise, positioning him perfectly for delivering exceptional advice to our clients,” said Mr Barton.
“Graeme’s appointment to our wealth management team will not only allow us to continue providing our clients with the highest level of advice, but will also ensure we are well positioned to achieve future growth.”
“We are thrilled about this appointment and what it means for our clients and the future of our firm.”
As a Chartered Accountant and Certified Financial Planner, Graeme will focus on delivering optimal holistic solutions for his clients on all facets of their business and personal financial affairs.
With a career spanning close to 30 years, Graeme brings to the firm significant levels of industry know-how, sourced both domestically and internationally.
Graeme said he is looking forward to joining the firm’s growing wealth management division.
“I am excited to be joining such a strong and reputable firm like MGD and, in particular, I am looking forward to working closely with highly experienced specialists across the wealth management, tax, risk and succession, SMSF and corporate finance advisory teams, in providing solutions for clients,” said Mr Del Favero.
“MGD’s integrated approach to advice is one that resonates with me and will enable me to continue offering clients high quality, personalised advice.”
To arrange to speak with Graeme or John, please contact Daniella de Azevedo on (07) 3391 5055 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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